Global i-Series (AS/400, Power-i) Application Performance Analyser
GiAPA seeks out and identifies application performance issues on your system then shows you how to fix them so that your system performance is the best that it can be, running at peak efficiency and saving your company time, resources and money.
The sole purpose of GiAPA is to identify and diagnose performance issues and inefficiencies in jobs running under IBM i, formerly i5/OS or OS/400.
This short 4 minute video
will give you a brief introduction on how GiAPA can help you.
GiAPA empowers you to do more with less and delay or even eliminate the need to purchase additional system resources or upgrades.
Performance 400 will take a FREE "X-ray" of your system to determine if we can help you save a significant amount of time, computer resources and money.
GiAPA automatically collects data and "X-rays" your server every 15 seconds using less than 0.1% CPU
to collect detailed performance data on all active jobs. The results often show significant optimization potential even for jobs assumed to run efficiently.
Introducing a revolutionary new iSeries Application Performance tool that can save you a lot of time, resources and money!
GiAPA is designed to increase the speed at which applications run on your system which will cause you to spend less time waiting on applications to generate the reports you need. GiAPA can reduce the amount of CPU usage needed to run those applications causing you to use fewer resources to accomplish the same ends. Ultimately GiAPA empowers you to do more with less and eliminate or delay the need to purchase additional system resources or upgrades.
GiAPA monitors your system usage 24/7 and collects detailed data to pinpoint unique events such as when an application:
1. slows down for no apparent reason
2. demands higher than expected CPU usage.
These events are reported in a concise and easy to follow format explaining the exact cause of each and how best to correct it.
GiAPA does this in the background using minimal resources and will continue to monitor and report any new issues that crop up with upgrades, applications or even new users.